Thursday, November 12, 2015

Dear President Obama: Defend Saddam Hussein

Our organization is working to create an international government based on the US Constitution and the cooperation of nature. As of today, people in 82 nations support the plan for the international government. (We now have an affiliate member in China)

Tonight I would like to offer advice to you on ISIS and why military response won't work.

There are five power games that governments play, and they all relate to acts of revenge. ISIS is not a terrorist organization, but functions as genocidaires, part of a hostile takeover of the planet to make one individual supreme leader.  Genocides are based on weaving an illusion, just as slavery is. The knee jerk reaction that ends a war makes a genocide worse, so by listening to the military, you will create a feud that won't end.

Step back for a moment and see the wider perspective. The conflict started with the preemptive strike on Iraq, and even before that with George HW Bush and his war on Saddam Hussein, as Saddam Hussein was attempting to stop Kuwait from slant drilling into Iraq. That allowed George W. Bush and Tony Blair to judge Saddam Hussein was evil. That brought in the Coalition countries, who came for the lucrative contracts, and that brought in the world leaders who rely on the US for foreign aid to fight terrorists in their country. Terrorism comes from people "on the bottom" who are denied a voice, and must raise their voice to be heard, oftentimes to the point of violence.

ISIS is a response by the man who wishes to become the caliph of the planet, and is equating brutality and power, and is weaving an illusion so convoluted that you won't be able to unravel the obfuscation. With terrorists, you can allow them a voice, but with genocidaires, you cannot reason with them. They are fighting for their lives, trapped in the illusion.

I recommend you read an allegorical story about how genocides function, called "The Last Battle," by CS Lewis. He wrote it for this time period.

Genocides continue to draw in people until someone stands up and says "Stop." In a character defamation compaign, someone must defend the person who is being defamed. Our organization is defending Saddam Hussein, declaring he was attempting to comply with UN sanctions, and so the preemptive strike went against the intent of the UN Charter. We are offering our Exit Strategy for Iraq as the solution, because it benefits everyone, and addresses the root cause of the crisis, which is the genocide that came as the result of the acts of revenge against Saddam Hussein. Our plan unravels the illusion and the power structure that tore apart Iraq.